Full vs Partial Dentures
No matter what the reason, losing a tooth can be devastating. The result is a gap in your smile that makes you feel self-conscious and may even cause pain when you chew.
But you don’t have to allow tooth loss to cause discomfort or embarrassment. Dr. Daniel R. Seger offers fully customized dentures that look natural and restore your appearance, comfort, and confidence.
Modern Dentures Made for Your Smile
Many people resist the idea of dentures because they have a reputation for looking fake and unnatural. But these aren’t your grandparents’ dentures! Today we have access to advanced materials and technology that allows us to design dentures that fit comfortably and look as close to natural teeth as possible.
We offer three types of dentures:
- Full dentures are used when all the teeth in your upper or lower arch are missing
- Partial dentures are used when you have one or several teeth missing
- Implant-supported dentures are recommended if you want a more permanent solution than removable prosthetics.
One of the most enjoyable parts of the process is planning and designing your new dentures. Dr. Seger will take photos and x-rays and talk to you about your expectations, so he understands what your goals are.
We will customize everything about your dentures from matching the shade of the base to your gum color to choosing the shade and positioning of each tooth. During the planning stage, we have lots of control over the process, and we will work together to ensure that we achieve the natural, flattering results you desire.
Implant-Supported Dentures in the 19014 Area
Implants can dramatically increase the stability and retention of dentures and partial dentures. Implants give us solid anchor points that a denture can lock in to. The result is dentures that are rock solid and do not shift or move in the mouth. If you have dentures that are uncomfortable and move around in your mouth, an implant supported denture may be the solution for you.
Personalized Care for Our Older Patients
Older adults experience increased bone loss in the jaw as they age. This leaves less-than-ideal anatomy to work with. But Dr. Seger has significant experience working with the geriatric population in nursing homes, and he understands their unique clinical and behavioral needs.
The experience has given him a unique perspective on treating our senior patients that other dentists don’t have. He enjoys the challenge of helping those who have been frustrated by trying to find a solution and creating the healthy, confident smile that they deserve.
Call for a Consultation at our Aston, PA Office
If you are dealing with tooth loss, and aren’t sure where to start, please call our Aston, PA dental office to arrange a consultation with Dr. Seger. We will work together to find the dentures solution that is right for you.